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Annual Class Album
At the beginning of each school year, I request a blank video tape to be sent to school along with the typical school supplies. Once a week, a parent volunteer videotapes each child reading a book of ...
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Assignments at a Glance
With so many different classes each day, it's difficult for me to keep students up to date on their missed work. I have a spreadsheet for each class that I magnetically post on the closet door. The sh...
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Due in Two
Ms. Elliot has a nifty way of organizing and tracking her students’ work assignments. Her “Due in Two” routine sets clear expectations and firm consequences – and helps keep whole class running smoothly.
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Fast & Easy Tracking
If you’ve ever had a student who didn’t do their homework only to later accuse you of losing it, then you’ll appreciate Ms. John’s procedure for tracking student work.
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Make-Up Work Not Acceptable
Ms. Mack doesn’t accept late work. Find out how she motivates students to submit work on time, creates equity and fairness in her classroom, and (best of all!) makes life easier on herself.
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Marking In-Class Work
Draw the line on how much you need to re-check your students’ in-class work with this simple tip. Know at a glance whose paper you looked at and how much of their work you reviewed.
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Missing Numbers
I keep track of assignments by assigning each student a number. All I have to do is look through the number list and I know who is missing work. It's much easier than using names in alphabetical order...
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Missing Papers I
My students are always losing handouts (homework sheets, school notices, skill pages). I always run off three extra copies of each handout and place them in an in-basket. I use the top of a gift box i...
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Missing Papers II
Many times students at this level feel we, the teacher, have misplaced their work. One of the best ways I have found to make life easier for the student, teacher, and parent is to keep a legal pad wit...
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Motivating Students for Tests
There are a few things my school does to motivate students to do well on standardized tests. We have practice tests that assess the progress of the students three times a year. In my class I play game...
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